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Cesc Fabregas '100 percent' committed to staying at Chelsea

With Thibaut Courtois' future uncertain, Paul Mariner says the goalkeeper is more valuable to Chelsea than Real Madrid.
Antonio Conte has revealed his sadness over Claudio Ranieri's sacking, while also looking ahead to Chelsea's game against Swansea.

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has dismissed speculation that he could leave the club in the summer.

Fabregas, 29, has become a bit-part player under Antonio Conte for the runaway leaders, starting just five Premier League games this season.

The Spain international has been linked with Manchester City, West Ham United and even a move to China, where former Chelsea teammates Oscar and Ramires are now based. 

But he has no intention of quitting Stamford Bridge and will fight for his place. 

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Chelsea's Conte: 'I'm sure that to win the title we must do 32 points'

With Thibaut Courtois' future uncertain, Paul Mariner says the goalkeeper is more valuable to Chelsea than Real Madrid.

LONDON -- Antonio Conte has revealed that the Serie A title heartbreak he suffered as a Juventus player reinforces his belief that Chelsea still have a lot of work to do to be crowned Premier League champions this season.

Juventus, captained by Conte, were six points clear of second-placed Lazio in the 1999-00 season with seven matches remaining but suffered one of the great collapses of modern Italian football history, losing away to Perugia on the final day to hand the title to the Roman club.

Chelsea...

The curse of a title-winning manager a risk Antonio Conte is willing to take

With Thibaut Courtois' future uncertain, Paul Mariner says the goalkeeper is more valuable to Chelsea than Real Madrid.

Antonio Conte is ready to "risk" his job if Chelsea win the Premier League title.

Claudio Ranieri was sacked by Leicester on Thursday night after winning the 2015-16 title, while Jose Mourinho left Chelsea in December 2015, seven months after winning the Premier League.

Conte's Chelsea are eight points clear entering this weekend's fixtures and play at home to Swansea on Saturday.

Conte, Mourinho's permanent successor who started his job last July, said: "First of all I think that it's important...